Published May 31, 2007
by IGI Global .
|Contributions||Wing Lam (Editor), Venky Shankararaman (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||344|
This book focuses on the integration of applications, not on building applications; for that, we refer you to Patterns of Enterprise Application Architecture by Martin Fowler. Integration architects and developers who design and build integration solutions connecting packaged or custom by: Fred Cummins provides guidelines for implementing an enterprise integration architecture that will enable you to capitalize on current and future technologies. This comprehensive book begins by assessing the technology landscape, defining enterprise integration objectives, and providing a general enterprise integration s: 6. The audience for this book are architecture and integration group members, making this book an ideal addition to group libraries. The focus is on ERP architecture, although the range of topics overlap into non-ERP domains, and is best used as a desk reference because it's a collection of short papers written by 70+ authors instead of a book that focuses on a specific Cited by: This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the IFIP TC 5 International Conference on Enterprise Architecture, Integration, Interoperability and Networking, EAI2N , held as part of the 21st World Computer Congress, WCC , in Brisbane, Australia, in September /5(1).
With this context in mind, we wrote this book as a guide that begins by helping to tie your integration architecture to your specific business strategies and tactical needs. This book will help companies create their enterprise integration architecture while implementing tactical solutions. An expert guide to solving real business problems using components This groundbreaking book gets developers up to speed on Enterprise JavaBeans, CORBA components, and other cutting edge technologies that are making it easier and cheaper than ever for companies to integrate all of their applications into unified systems to support corporate decision-making/5(9). Enterprise Architecture and Integration: Methods, Implementation, and Technologies provides a detailed analysis of the important strategies for integrating IT systems into fields such as e-business. Enterprise Architecture and Integration: Methods, Implementation, and Technologies provides a detailed analysis of the important strategies for integrating IT systems into fields such as e-business and customer-relationship management. This Premier Reference Source supplies readers with a comprehensive survey of existing enterprise architecture and integration approaches.
This is a book on enterprise application design. Enterprise applications are about the display, manipulation, and storage of large amounts of often complex data and the support or automation of business processes with that data. Examples include reservation systems, financial systems, supply chain systems, and many others that run modern by: Enterprise Architecture as Strategy is a book that will be useful to both business managers and information technology managers. The book does not describe technology in detail, but instead offers a best-practice strategy for companies who want to ensure their business processes and information technology architecture are structured for future growth and s: Enterprise Architecture and Integration: Methods, Implementation, and Technologies provides a detailed analysis of the important strategies for integrating IT systems into fields such as e-business and customer-relationship management. Enterprise Architecture is a name for a field that has been in use for thirty years or so, the field itself is probably older. See for instance Svyatoslav Kotusev’s article The History of Enterprise Architecture: An Evidence-Based Review (PDF).